Making progress

Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Sorry for the long gap. It isn't because I have n't been thinking about you, I just have been busy.
Let's see, we moved into a third floor apartment (no elevator) at the end of last month. I'm still finding it a bit of a challenge to walk up-- it's been a while. Last night, walked three miles with a friend. Didn't go very fast, but we had a nice conversation.
Today, I'm going to have the port taken out. Mixed feelings-- it is the end of my treatment, but I'm worried that they will need an IV for something, and it won't be good. Last time, they had to use ultrasound to find a vein, and I spent considerable time in the bathroom crying. this is much better. However, the doctor said the tamoxifen makes clotting more likely, so out it goes.
Spent the weekend training for a new business my husband and I are starting in college planning. Now we need to go look at some office space.
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    Some people see roadblocks and hurdles - other people see stepping stones. You're still on the road and moving forward! Glad to see the update - and good to see you're still posting here! I'll look forward to reading more from you!

    Larry emoticon
    1787 days ago
    good changes are on the way
    1799 days ago
    Glad things are looking up for you!
    1799 days ago
    Glad to hear that all is well with you. Best of luck with your new business!
    1799 days ago
    Way to get in three miles. I bet you get exercise everyday just getting up and down the stairs, especially when you get groceries.

    Praying the removal of your port goes smoothly and if they do need to get to a vein you don't have any troubles. emoticon
    1799 days ago
    Move ahead and

    Make Today the Greatest Day of your life. emoticon

    So Far! emoticon
    1799 days ago

    Comment edited on: 6/18/2013 8:54:09 AM
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